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. the turks left here about 150 years ago. and the brits came and they conquered us. >> i wasn't here. >> born here, now cooking in london, he is the widely known respected chef and co-author of the book "jerusalem." >> basically, this city was divided into two until 1967 when there was the famous six-day war. >> yep. >> and the hall that we're traveling in now, walking in is east jerusalem. it's the palestinian part. that was up until '67 belonged to jordan. so now it's under israeli control. very controversial because for the jews, for the israelis, the city has been unified. but obviously for the palestinian, they're under occupation, as far as they're concerned. we just have to go for a falafel because it's so much part of the culture here. again, contentious because jews or israelis make falafel their own and everybody in the world thinks falafel is an israeli food. but in actual fact it's been done for generations here. and here, you get falafel that's just been fried. you don't get it any other way. when i go to place like that and i see there's a few left in the bowl from the previous
stone director of "pandora's promise" and former nuclear power plant operator joins us as well. you say this film is completely one-sided. explain. >> i was really disappointed to see almost no coverage of any interviews with experts about energy efficiency or renewable energy like solar and wind when these are the cleanest, fastest and the cheapest solutions to climate change. and in this country the utilities have tripled investment in energy efficiency just in the last few years. that's making all of our homes and shops and businesses get more energy services out of the power that we generate. that's just scratching the surface. >> but the film clearly says that alternative solutions like solar, wind, is not a real energy solution. it's never going to be enough. and that's why oil companies invest in it and support it because they know it will never be a real solution. >> that's what the film says. but that's not what people who are expert in the areas of renewable energy say. our own department of energy says renewables, wind and solar with energy efficiency and other resources, but
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